By using ultrasound to look at our movement we can compare the degree of fascia sliding in healthy individual and people with chronic pain. The degree of fascia sliding is different in people with chronic pain! Seeing is believing, This video is presented by Helene Langevin MD. When you introduce micro tears to your body through movement. Inflammation occurs and these inflammation leads to immune response. Why you might ask? Because your connective tissue aka fascia is part o
Many small businesses are struggling to find ways to hire new employee after the quarantine. They encounter issues such as how to verify the health status of the new employee and how to make sure the current staffs are not infected.
A good way in my humble opinion is to use a COVD-19 Employee Daily Health Checklist.
By going through the checklist, although not 100% bullet-proof we can be more confident that we are not exposing ourselves and staffs to potential exposure to C
We will need you to take photos of your feet from these angles and perspectives so we can better understand your current fascia fitness level and condition. Elephant in the room People in the fitness industry assume everyone has the same level of neurological recruitment pattern as them. Not knowing that their feet have more fascia tensioning than average people. If they perform a movement and feel and use glutes, they again assume average people automatically have the same n